West Ham United's ticket office can confirm a number of additional wheelchair spaces have been made available for the trip to Derby County.
The club is running a wheelchair accessible coach for the first time on Saturday 10 November. This means there is extra opportunity for disabled fans to see captain Lucas Neill lead the team out on the road with the 3pm Premier League fixture at Pride Park.
Match tickets cost £15 for the wheelchair user, with an assistant issued a complimentary ticket. The coach will depart the Boleyn Ground at 9.30am and costs £20 for the wheelchair user, with the assistant travelling free of charge.
The coach allows a maximum of six wheelchair users to travel to the match with 24 able-bodied supporters. It has a floor-level toilet with no stairs and the ticket office is hopeful this will prove a success. Depending on demand and feedback the service could be offered for the majority of away matches.
For bookings or more information please contact the disabled supporters booking line on 0845 217 1332